Formula E racing, the darknet, a potential fountain of youth, and beheadings. At TEDGlobal>London — a two-session event curated and hosted by Bruno Giussani on June 16, 2015, at the Royal Institution of Great Britain — the talks ranged from a wildly hopeful future to stern warnings about the present. Enjoy these recaps of the talks in […]Continue reading
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Rodrigo Bijou is an information security researcher with a background in threat intelligence, security analytics and privacy technology. Named a Global Privacy Scholar by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, he is also currently a Watson Fellow exploring “Trust in Technology.”
Bijou previously worked as a consultant to the finance and technology industries and at companies such as Palantir. When not hacking data directly, Rodrigo can be found writing policy analysis in outlets such as IHS Jane’s Intelligence Review and the Harvard Law Review.